__ _I Continued. |
SPRING PERCRL6S i
?A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO BE PUT ON SALE?
Thursday, February 9th,
320 HIGH STREET.
iT CUT !
In order to close out the balance of our Winter Stock, we
will offer for tho next ten days, the following inducements:
$3.90 for Men's Overcoats, worth $6.00.
#6.90 for Men's Overcoats, both light and dark colors,
$3.90 for Men's Suits, worth $6.00.
$?.90 for A\en's Suits, worth ,s10.00.
$8.90 for Men's Suits, worth sk.00.
All our 50j. Heavy Weight Underwear, now 39c.
All our ,51.00 and $1.25 Heavy Weight Underwear,
BOYS' CLOTHING AT LESS THAN COST.
MEN'S HATS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
A special line of AAen's Black and Tan Hose 8c. worth l>c.
NEW YORK CLOTHING CO,
(THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH )
2H mom sTftHJ'JT.
and have us show you recently
(hat arc absolutely perfect. Easy
running;, strongly built and light in
weight. These three essentials and a
guarantee arc what we have to offer
you at the price of an unreliable
wheel. Special terms, if desired.
Our new plan by which we help you
pay fur a wheel is working like a
charm. Come and see us.
W. N. WHITE. 108 High St.. Portsmouth. Va.
The Best Always the Cheapest!
High quality at low prices ou/persistent aim?and our people are not
slow to recognize that for perfection in
MEN'S WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS !
Unequalled Values. Specials for this week. Regular Goods.
Advancesale of SOFT BODY SHIRTS, 50c.
PURE LINEN CUFFS, worth 25c, per pair, .Sc.
HALF HOSE, black or tan, or black or tan with white feet, value 20c,
at 1 Ic.
Newspapers lire full or bargain sales this month?one might think shoos nre j
given away?compare a ItttU?you'll tiiwi prices about tho snni? everywhere when I
sifted down, our Kreut advantage It..-^ In the line quality of our Shoe- as well .is 1
Utting your reel comfortable?they'll .< t you no more, yel they're hrtier than1
other Siioi-s at the same price and we'll 111 your feet more com fort aide than j
THE BRANDT COMPANY, 213 and 215 High St.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
AlcKinley Has a Rod
f ?:? Ragan, .*u;<; has cordially invited him
into the woodshed. There 1; a rod in
pickle for every one that neglects to
protect their property by Insurance,
which they will Und sooner or later, ami
when they least expect n. Insure in the
Scab aid Firo Insuranco Company, the
only home company in Tidewater Vir?
In..toad of seroamintr "liar"
You may l>o screaming "lire."
And i policy on the Seaboard,
Is something you will desire.
E. L. DASHIELL, Agent
410 Crawford Street,
Ja20-i2m Portsmouth, Va.
Whitney's Beautiful Line of Fine Artistic Valentines. Largest
assortment. Prices from lc. to ,>3->0.
IVI >Ht> S3O;V ?X; THOMPSOiV.
224 HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH, VA.
Soccial Attention to Mail Orders.
It. 1). GODWIN.
<:. A. ETHBIUDGE.
GODWIN & ETHEHIDGE,
Opened PATl'liPAY, February -t. with a full lino of Tlnln and Fancy Oroeorle?
PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT,?Butter, IS and 23c.: the best Flour 20 and
2Sc: Pigs Feet. Sc.; Tripe, Sc.; Rice, 7c. Fresh Meats in ill its branches. Vege?
tables Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. Orders taken und delivered promptly.
924 SOUTH STREET.
or.r> rnoNK ?sio._; fec-iw
AT 411 COURT STREET,
and shall in the future devote niy time and attention to tha
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL BUSINESS,
snd solicit a share of patronage from my friends and tin- public. I have some bar?
gains for Investors or home seekers. Personal attention given to the collation of
R S BROOKS,
feS-ly REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT.
WE DON'T SAY HUCH ABOUT COAL
w; & j. parker,
CORNER COUNTY AND CRAWFORD STREETS.
A newly born colored infant was
found yesterday afternoon about 4
o'clock in the Held near the Junction
Of the Norfolk and Southern and Nor?
folk and Western railroads by Robert
Johnson and Charlie Korbes, both col?
ored. There are no signs of violence
to be found on the child and It is sup?
posed that some inhuman und cruel
moth r laid it upon the spot, unclothed,
where tho bleak winds in whisper bid it
sleep. It is supposed that it had been
there about two days. A Coroner's in?
quest was held, with Dr. W- E. Mc
Conville acting. The Jury's verdict was
that an unknown female child came to
its deatli by an act of an inhuman per?
son. The body was committed iii the
custody of E. Bowser, the Overseer of
Hie Poor, for burial.
Last night about SteO o'clock Olllcer
K. 11. Wlllti hurst, of the county, with
the assistance of Drs. MeConville und
Wilson, found its mother, who was
Mary Baxter, the daughter of Caroline
Baxter, colored, who lives not far from
where the infant wtts found. She was
I/. N. Smithson, who shot N. C. Me
glnley four times on Sunday, the 29th
of January, In W. II. Lane's saloon, on
corner of Seventh and Liberty streets.
; was arrested by Officer Rudd yesterday
! and balled under the sum of ?r>00 for
his appearance on the 18th instant,
with J. O. Williams and Dr. F. M.
-Th* funeral of tho late E. H. Pether
brldge took place from the Chestnut
Street M. E. Church yesterday after?
noon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. R. M. Chand?
ler, tho pastor, officiating. A large
number of the friends of the deceasi .1
were present to pay the last tribute to
the deceased. Charity Lodge No. 10.
K. of IV, Norfolk, of which he was n
member, ami Lee Lodge No. 48. K. of
P.. Berkley, turned out in a body and
attended the funeral. The remains
were Interred In Elmwood Cemetery.
Norfolk. The following gentlemen
acted as pall-bearers: R. D. Wllllam
i son. Andrew Dusch and H: L. Myers,
of Charity Lodge, and L. Berkley, Ser?
geant W. S. Rudd, George T. Wrenn
and It. A. Craves.
Mr. .1. B. Sawyer received ti telegram
j yesterday announcing the sickness of
-bis?H+Hdo, Jason llabb, of Snowden.
Rev. T. ?'. Skinner is indisposed at
his residence, on Berkley avenue.
Rev. M. W. Butler is convalescing
from his recent sickness, lie will be
able to be out in a few days.
Life Insurance Is a gon.i thing but
health Insurance, by keeping the blood
pure with Hood's Sarsaparille, is .-t 11
Representative Sttillings. of Alabama,
i has Introduced In the House a bill to
authorise the President to appoint Oen
i eral Wheeler a major general in the
I regular army.
An American Ititllroiul io 4 in tin.
Moneyed nn-n from the Tutted States
have secured a franchise for building a
railroad from Hong Kong to H.,n Kow,
China, a distance of nearly "oo miles, it
will run through a very fertile and rich
section of country, and open up new op?
portunities for tho people to prosper.
While railroads arc necessary to n na?
tion's prosperity, health Is Still more nec?
essary. A sick man can't make money
If there are a thousand railroads. One of
the reasons why America Is so progres?
sive s the fai t that In every drug store
i- sold I lostet11 r's Stomach Hitters, that
celebrated tonic for the weak, stimulant
for the kidneys, appetizer for the dvs
peptlc, purifier lor the blood, and sedative
for the nerves. It is taken with great
success by thousands of men und women
v. ho are run down pale and weak. It
Increases the weight of thin people, and
the gain Is permanent and substantial.
As anticipated, Sir Henry Campboll
Bannerman was yesterday elei ted Lib?
eral leader In the British Parliament,
to succeed Sir William Vcrnon liar
Relief In Mx Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis?
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a groat surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want
quick relief and cure this is the rem?
edy. Sold by Walke & Martin, drug- I
gists, 108 Water street, Norfolk, Va. i
A Belgian missionary. Rev. Mr. Ryn
hnrt, was murdered 1n Thibet and his
wife was hunted by the natives for two
months in the mountains.
For Infants aucl Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ^^^^f^&^t<^S
Prince- Alfred of Saxe-Coburg, a
grandson of Queen Victoria, died yes?
terday at Meran, Austria, of chronic
Horrible agony Is caused by Piles. |
Bums and Skin Diseases. These nre
immediately relieved and quickly cured
by De Wilt's Havel Salve. Beware of
worthless imitations.?Burrow, Martin ,
General Henry has ordered the dis?
solution Of the Porto Klean Cabinet,
and substituted for 11 four depart?
Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the Mi
canopy (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife
and children, suffered terribly from La
Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure was
the only remedy that hflperl them. It
acted quickly. Thousands of others use
this remedy as a specific for La Grippe,
and its exhausting after effects. Never
fails.?Burrow, Martin & Co.
King Oscar, of Sweden, who is 111,
may abdicate In favor of Crown Prince
Berkley, Va.. February f?th. 1ST?.
ASPROIAL COMMUNICATION OF
BEIRKLETS' LODGE No. l-rr.
A F ft A. M. will be h.l.l THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, February
tili 1899, it 7:t*> o'clock. W-rk in
All Master Masons in good standing
fraternally Inv'ted to attend.
By order of the W. M.
It J". 9. ROGERS, Secretary.
JOHN S. ETHERIDGE.
IIVERT AND BOARD1NO STABLES.
Norfolk and Portsmouth trads solicited.
I New Phone No. 1.201
SLAVERY IN NEW YORK
The Trade Authorized by Law in
mntu-lpnlloii tit itio Nfntc Preceded
Lincoln's I'roctiiiiiiitloii by Onlj
'1 blrlj-?slx Yriirn-Advertisement*
Ol Itimnnaj? tu \ . u s i>;h r-.
(New Tork Evening Post.)
A young person Infected with the
present genealogical craze, but not
deeply versed in colonial history, re?
cently received a slunk which has mo?
derated her enthusiasm for ancestral
; research. In her quest for mote knowl?
edge of those ancestors, whom she had
endowed with all the vlrtuea which the
j glamour of the past confers, she found
extracts from an old will of a century
j and a half ago. Among bequests of
"silver porringers and silver watches,"
she came upon these items "To my
j daughter Adelaide I bequeathe my
I negro boy Peter," and "to my son Jo
I seph, ? my bound Indian boy Terret."
1 Her knowledge of slavery was probu
lily founded upon a perusal of "Uncle
Tom s Cabin,' so she declared at once
that the will could not have been mad '
by one of her family, but must be that
of some Southern person, she w.is soon
enligbti nod on the subject, however,
and referred to historical documents
Many others, while better informed,
rarely p.mis.- to remember that the abo?
lition of slavery In New York (1SJ7)
only antedates the general emancipa?
tion by thirty-six years, in New Vork,
negroes, both slaves and free, wore
looked upon both in Dutch and English
colonial tine s as a proscribed ami de?
tested rare, ltaving nothing in common
with the whites. Many of them were
native Africans brought to New York
in slave ships, and not Identified with
the family interests of their owners.
They had a separate Initial place early
assigned to them, a desolate spot be- ,
yond the Commons, near what is now !
Chambers street and Broadway.
FIRST SLAVES SOLD.
The first negro slaves brought Into
the coUntry were sold from a Butch
vessel at Jamestown. Va., in 1C20, and
live or si\- yea is later they wore intro?
duced into the New "Netherlands. In
1652 the Amst >rdnm Chamber legally
permitted the Importation of slaves
from A trie.i. A clave market was es?
tablished in Now York, at the font or
Wall street, in 1700, slaves were sys?
tematically Imported by pirate traders.
Slaves were held in the must abject
bondage. ..nd masters were forbidden
by law to set them free.
In 171.' the discovery of a negro con?
spiracy caused great alarm. A num?
ber of negroes met in an orchard, fired
an outhouse, and killed nine men who
came to quench the dames, six more
were wounded, nnd the next day the
militia captured all the conspirators
but six, who killed themselves. Twen?
ty-one were found guilty und executed,
either by hanging, burning or by being
broken on the wheel.
A similar event occurred""in 1771. a
rumor being circulated that a plot was
formed to burn the city and murder
the whole people. Eighteen negroes and
four whites were hanged on what Is
now the site of Five Points: fourteen
were burned, three on the site of the
present City Hall; two were gibbeted,
and seventy-one were transporled,being
sold into slavery In the West Indies.
These riots resulted in increased sever?
ity in the laws, which were already
most cruel to the blacks. The terror
caused by these reports of Insurrection,
however. Increased hostility towards
shivery, and many substituted white
VARIKTY OF CHATTELS.
After the first newspaper was estab?
lished (1725) tiie columns contained
frequent advertisements of negroes for
sale and of rewards offered for run?
away slaves. Here is one notable for
the variety of chattels offered at one
sale, taken from the Weekly Fost-Roy
May 28, 1714:
"To be sold, the Sloop King Solomon.
Burthen about 100 Tons (more or less)
with all her duns, Tackle and Apparel, |
now lying at Stephen Bayard's Wharf.
In New York; Also a House and Lot of
Ground in New York formerly known
by the Name of the Ana baptist Meet?
ing house: Also a Negro Woman that
understands all sorts of House Work
and a Negro Boy; n Marble Chimney
Piece, three Marble Tables, three Bid?
ing Chairs and a single Horse Chaise:
16,000 two-too; shingles; 150 Elephant's
Teeth: three Desks, two Cases of Draw- I
ers, a Mahogany Book Case, six Bozen
of Boston Axes. 360 Gallons of Spirits
sundry sorts: Whoever inclines in buy
any of the above may apply to Thos. 1
Noble and Joseph Sc >tt in New York."
In tli" same paper, September I?. 1745,
is another sale not less remarkable:
"To he Sold: O Likely Negro Boy,
about Seven Years old. tills Country
born, and a good plain Hold Watch;
Also a Lot of Ground in the City of
New-Brunswick, adjoining to the River.
Enquire of Samuel Farm.-r, Mi reliant
near tho Fly Market in New York."
The following advertisement of a
Sheriff's sal - at the Green Dragon on
the New Dock, "being taken by Execu?
tion issued out of the Supreme Court
of New York." enumerating many ar?
ticles; recommends esjeclally to pros?
pective* buyers "One young Negro Man
aged about Twenty-Six Years, a strong,
sober, honest, and Ingenious Fellow,
and Knowing in the Trade of a Black?
smith, being brought up therein from
In a notice of the sale of the plate,
furniture, etc., "belonging to the Es?
tate of the late Honourable Rip Van
r>am, Esq.. deceased," in the Weekly
Post-Boy, August l-t. I74|i. is added the
"N. B.?Several Negro Men and Boys;
also Choice good Jamaica Rum by the
I Five Gallons, or larger Quantity; Cho?
colate l>y the 11. 7.. or half Dozen Pound:
and Muscovado Sugar by the Barrel;
.To be sold cheap at the House of the
Owing to the rigid rules by which
the slaves were governed, and oft times
cruelly afflicted with punishments, a
great number of runaways were ad?
vertised for, and the minute descrip?
tions of personal appearance and cloth?
ing are very curious. This one would
certainly 1.nslly recognized:
"Ran Away on Friday, the 10th of
this Instant, from Resolved Waldron,
of this city, Baker, a Negro Man named
Ware, by Trade a Baker, a Yellow Fel?
low about 26 Years old. much pock
mark'd. and g.vs a little limping; Had
on when he went away a white Cloth
Pea Jacket Un d with blue, an Ozen
btigs Shirt. Sailor's Trowsers. a pretty
oldHat and Shoes. Whoever takes up
nnd secures the said Negro Man, so
that his Master may have him again.
shrill have Forty Shillings Reward, and ?
alt reasonable Charges paid by Ro
80l\ ? d Wahtroii."
still another is described as wearing
when he went away "an old pale-ul . ,
coat, a light-colored Jacket and ,
r.r. . hes. white Stockings, and a large
B? aver Hat. ? ? * He lately had the
Fever and Ague, and looks poorly.
Among Other restraints was a law
that n> slave should be allowed cut
at night without a lantern with u
? lighted candle in it: if he was so found
he w as put in Jail, and his mast. ;
; fined, and if the master ordered it. the
authorities were pledged to give he
negro prisoner thirty-nine lashes at the
whipping post. We" Und an lllustratl >n
of this ordinance in the following news
Item April 5. 1749: . ,
"Late on Saturday night last.
Spanish negroes were taken up
committed to our jail, for designing I ?
cut a vessel out of the Harbour I
run a way with; he p ot was disc \e et
by one Ot them, who was taken up til -
for being so late out without a Lan
thorn. when four cutlasses were f.ot:...
j under his Cloak; We hear some Otn <\
[are concerned who are not yet appre?
Capital punishment was Inflict >l ? >v
liousebreaklngi as this notice of Jan?
uary -S. 174.".. shows:
"On Tuesday last ended tho January
Term Of the Supremo Court of th.s ,
Province, when Cuffee, a Negro, b.
1 llging to J.mies Alexander, Esq.. re?
ceived sentence of Heath, for felon?
iously breaking open and stealing Sev?
eral Goods from his mistress's Shop
and was to have been Executed on
Friday list, but the Executloueer dy?
ing suddenly the Evening before, lh
Execution was respited till To-mor?
row. The sentence of .lane Kelly, cou
victed as Access >ry to the said Felony
is respited till next Term."
There was another form, of slavery,
that of white persons who were called
"bought slaves." emigrants whose
passage-money was paid tor a certain
I rl k! of servitude. Here is oiic
among many advertisements taken
ftom the New York Gazette of April
"Palatine and Swltser servants to be
Sold; on board the ship Charming
Polly, now riding at Anchor, In the Har?
bour of New York: -some arc Farmers
and some arc Tradesmen."
Indian servants were also frequently
mentioned as being runaways. This
one s accomplishments as a a linguist
are dwelt uooaj-.-?
Mi IRE RUNAWAYS.
"Run away, about two Months ago.
from Mose Gombattld, Merchant. In
New York, an Indian Boy named
Peru, about is Years of Age, speaks
French, English and Spanish, but bad:
had on when he went away, a lap d
double Breasted blue Jucket and
Breeches, and has thick bushy Hair.
Whoever takes up the said Indian Boy
and secures him so that his Master
may have him again, shall have Three
1 Pounds Reward and reasonable charges
paid By Moses Gombauld."
The two following advertisements
from the same person in February and
May. 1717, are especially worthy of re?
"Kan away on Sunday the 15th Feb?
ruary from Capt. Abraham Kit?, of the
city of New York, an Indian Fellow,
named Tierce, about 10 Years of Age,
Long-Island born, and can speak noth?
ing hut English, of a middling stature,
short Hair, and a fair Complexion for
tin Indian: Had on when he went away.
! a light cplour'd cloth coat with slash
I Sleeves, and Indifferent good Hat, and a
pall" Of Trousers. -Whoever takes up the
said Fellow, and brings him to his
Mast.-r. or secures him, so that he may
be had again, shall have Twenty Shil?
lings Reward. and nil reasonable
Charges, paid by Abraham Kip."
"Hun away on April 25th, from Capt.
Abraham Kip. In New York, an Indian
' Man. about Eighteen Years Old. and
speaks good English. Had on when he
went away a grey Cloth Jacket, an
1 old Pair of Trousers, and an Iron ring
' about hi:: Neck, and one about his Leg
i with a Chain from one to the other.
I Whoever takes up and secures the said
: Indian so thai he may be had again,
I shall have Twenty Shillings Reward!
I and all reasonable charges paid by
I Abraham Kip."
I The detailed description furnished
prove Capt. Kip a hard master, and
i lend one to fancy that colonial New
j York might have supplied materials
for a Mrs. Stowe. If one could have been
found among the Quakers, or other no
| ble spirits who were even then urging
I that "all men are created free and
I equal." M. R. S.
La Grippe Is again epidemic. Every I
precaution should be taken to avoid It.
Its specific cure is One Minute Cough
Cure. a. j. Shencrd, Publisher Agri?
cultural Journal and Advertiser. Eiden,
Me., says: "No one will be disappoint?
ed In using One Minute Cough Cure
for La Grippe." Pleasant to take, quick
to act.?Burrow, Martin & Co.
Secretary Long litis decided to award
the contract for the steel dock at Al?
giers, La., to the Maryland Steel Com?
The smallest things may exert the
greatest Influence. Do Witt's Little
Early Risers are unequalled for over?
coming constipation and liver trouble*.
Small pill, best pill, safe pill.?Burrow.
Martin & Co.
Rothlcy Temple, a historic building
In Leicestershire, England, was con
[ sldernbly damaged by fire yesterday.
Tin- building formerly belonged to the
Knights Hospitallers, and was the
birthplace of Macaulay.
Coughing Injures and Inflames sore :
lungs. Or.- Minute Cough Cure loosens
the cold, allays roughing and heals
quickly. The best cough cure for ch !
tlren, perfectly harmless.?Burrow,
Martin & Co.
There Is trouble In the Protestant
Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross, !
Jersey city, over the introduction of
the confessional, and many of the mem?
bers threaten to resign If the Innova?
tion Is made. _ _
LADIES CAN WEAR~SHOES
One site smaller after using Allen** Foot
Ease, a powder to be shaken Into tho
' sho.s. It makes tight or new slue - : :
easy: gives Instant r< hef to corns and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort dis?
covery of the a ire. Cure- and prevents
swollen feet, blister", callous and sore
spots. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cm ?
for sweating, hot. aching, nervous feet
At all druggists and shoe stores. 25c. Trial
packace free AJdtvss, Allen S. OlmstCd,
I.e Roy. N Y.
WATCH FOR 1899.
To every cash purchaser of a ton of
eoal from US until further notice, we
will give a card endorsed by us which
will entitle th.- holder upon payment of
$???-, to one elegant Electro Gold-nlah !
Watch or i handsome case of Silver
plated Ware, containing 6 Knives
Tablespoons and ? Teaspoons. Wo have
nlr-ady delivered several of these watches
Which we tind kc--P excellent time. Cata?
logue at our oftloe.
CHAS. E. SCOTT &
200 LOVITT AVENU
Pic Crust Flavor.
Pick neadaclie and reltoreall tho trouble* lno*?
dent to a Wltotii state of tho ayateni, auch aa
Pi/'.inM*. Kauata, lYrowalueaa. liiMtrc-? alter
eating, Vain in the Side. *e. While their moat
i(>maikai k>- i< c ttt baa bacn snown lu curing
neadaclie, y?t Carler'? f.lttlo Um rilla are
equally valnabloinConatt|Kill n, curing and pro*
Tenting thlsaauoylnti complaint.* Ulla may al?o
c r", -. atldiaordera uf theaioiua. tMllnnilaietbe
!iur ami t. ,M:;..i .- l.jr.ci.s. J'.v -ii tl lueyouly
A Sief hey wnnl' be alinoal priceleaaia llii.e who
euff.?r fromthladu:rcsHlni;i:oiu] lalnl; but tort u>
n itely ibetrgoodueasdoi ? :i't end hnra.ahd theo
?i hooiicotry ttiom ?rill and Iba? little pill* vain
?bio tnaotuaujr waya that I bey ?r:li not i>? wil?
ling toiio without tin iu. Dulaftei all aick bead
!is thr V.iro of many live* ihat here In TTh?m
no inako our great boa.it, Our plllecureil winle
others da not,
Carter'a Little Liver Pllla are- very .mall ami
very mk}- to take. Una or two pllla niukoa tics*.
Tbey areatrtetly vegotabloona do not gripe or
purge, bntby their gentlo action pleaaeall who
naotlietn. Invlal*at23cenla; ?veforft. bold
by druggists everywhere, or sant by uialL.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., Ne* York.
Wl M M IW Mi Prise,
DR, E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL C7HER3 IMITATIONS,
la sold ander |iii?iiive Written ??uarautee,
BUM Bilk til
Dizziness, Wnkofulness, bits, Hyetoriu, Quictc.
ness, Nisid Loaacs, Evil Dreams, I-ark of Conti,
deuce. Nervousness, Lassitude, ?M Dn,ina. Youth.
f\:l Krrora, or Excoaaivo l aa of Tobacco, Opium,
or Liqaor, which leade to Misery, t'oiiHiunptiun,
lutanity nnd Death. At store or by mail, gl ?
lux! ais for (3; with written snnrilitttte to
cure or refuniS money. Kample park
nx*. containing live dnye'treatment, with full
inatrnctions, 25 cents, t Inn ?implo only sold to
nach person. At atoro or by mail.
tSPBe I ? nuel Special
Exl i Strength,
l-'nr linpotency, I."** ol\
I'OWOr, Lost Mllilwiiid. u ? -
Ktorility or Barrnnneaei l|
?I; - v. .ittcii ?mxriintecylv^V^
ej&F?nt.,r by mail
10 day*. At etoru
WAT.7CR V.\KTT>? &. G RAT. Soye)
Ai; ts, corner Water street and itoanoks
avenue. Norfolk. Va.
ich ins lilitl
aal preparatl. -
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latetneelreulation?sTvea uataral vf?or Im
j. IVfitalna in? druaa ur rhriuical?.
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STCTSasti^a ji ?i r.ai o..i w>a!,i..rM!?.i.i/.ia,r.
\V.^ can furnish you w'.-h a hetter and
cheaper cream than it Is possible to Kt t
elsewhere Coir and sample our cream
.. i ..? |.r; - and be convinced.
CHURCH STREET. OPPOSITE HOLT.
B< - 1 11 PHONES, 653.
|. t Ocorgo VVestphitl'.a Hams...lSc, lb.
Virginia Hams .lil'-.-c. lb.
Best Baltimore Hams .10c. lb,
Taylor's Prepared llam.Wo. In.
?? iiifornia Ham.?.7c. lb.
Come and see us. Everything: Kuaran
teed as lepresenttd.
VIRGINIA GROGtRY GO"
D. FENDER. MANAGER.
Both Fhones ?63. 69 New Market Squaw*,
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